The misunderstanding of the back-leg in FAST BOWLING

I think the misunderstanding is based on the term ‘collapsing the back leg’. What I advise my bowlers is that it’s ideal to collapse the back leg as much as they can but with the knee going forward and not laterally. After the pre turn and BFC the...
How long do you need to recover from training

How long do you need to recover from training

This is an area which is commonly got pretty wrong   Most people seem to take the same rest time after sessions not matter what session they have just done   Unfortunately the body doesn’t really react well to this, unless you are doing the same session every session...

What should ‘Keepers do?

We had a great question from Henry this week   ‘ Hi Ross/Stef, How would you program differently for a wicket-keeper, as opposed to batsman and bowlers as you have previously discussed? What kind of exercises would you incorporate into their winter and...

Is breathing causing injury??

Its something we do thousands of times a day, without even thinking   But are we actually putting our bodies under more pressure by having a dysfunction in the way we breath?   A lot of people breath ‘up’ into their chests and rip cage. When this...

Not all pain is equal!

As part of being a fast bowler you have to learn to live with pain   Like we have said before fast bowling hurts. Its such an unnatural thing to put the body through there are going to be consequences at some stage   The trick is understanding the type of...

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